Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Experimenting with stamps

I have my catalog workshop tonight. The ladies are going to make a mini cardstock ring with a sample of all the colors. The ladies love this as it is small and can fit in their purse. They will also get their new catalogs tonight. They have seen mine but are anxious to get their own so they can begin their wish lists.

My card today uses a color challenge from the The Color Dare blog. You were to use

Old Olive, Ruby Red, Cameo Coral, Very Vanilla

I combined it with the sketch challenge at the Pals Paper Arts blog. I have to admit this card turned out a lot prettier than I thought it would. I didn't have patterned paper in these colors so I used images from the stamp set to create my own paper. Here is the sketch and my creation.





































inside of card













Stampin' Up Supplies
Stamps:
Herb Expressions Paper: Cameo Coral, Old Olive, Ruby Red, Very Vanilla Ink: Cameo Coral, Old Olive Ruby Red Accessories: Cameo Coral - Old Olive - Ruby Red markers, Textured Impression embossing folder, Hodgepodge Hardware, Cameo Coral - Old Olive - Ruby Red ribbon, sponge daubers, dimensionals

So did you like today's card? Leave me a comment and let me know. Thanks for looking and have a Terrific Tuesday1

Robbie

4 comments:

Larisa said...

It looks great!!! I love this stamping a lot!!!
it is great to have so many nice stamps to create so beautiful works with. You are so lucky!!!
Hugs. Larisa.

Anonymous said...

Now this one is beautiful. I love everything about it. I love that stamp set and I don't have it. It makes up such a pretty card.I never think about making my own paper if I don't have designer paper to match. I have to put a reminder note on my desk. I usually just change the colors. Sandy

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful! I love your choice of colors and the creative trio of ribbons in the corner. Thanks for playing @ PPA!

Linda Callahan said...

Love how your ribbons mimic your flowers - very pretty! Thanks for joining us at PPA!